Lucy Howard
12/6/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
To Mental Health and 2 more
How Stressed Are We At Work?

How Stressed Are We At Work?

Infographic created for Addiction Treatment Centre, Step One Recovery. They help people with Burnout Recovery and provide expert alcohol rehab. https://step1recovery.com/treatments-therapies/executive-burnout-recovery/Here at Step One Recovery, we...

Richard Scott
27/5/2016 · 3 min read · 1K · 5
How to choose a good therapist: A checklist

How to choose a good therapist: A checklist

A practitioner who claims to use hypnosis and be a hypnotherapist – or any other therapist for that matter – should demonstrate utmost professionalism at all costs. It’s unfortunate that this age of convenience has spawned an explosion of...

Herrick Lipton

Herrick Lipton

Thank you for coming up with this comprehensive list! Please visit my website and check out my article on signs you need to look for another therapist. http://herricklipton.net/signs-you-should-look-for-another-therapist/

4/4/2018
Michael Watkins

Michael Watkins

Thinking of hypnosis? Make sure to read through this article with good points and questions to ask.

5/6/2016
Sara Jacobovici
22/5/2016 · 3 min read · ~100 · 8
Cyndi wilkins
20/5/2016 · 3 min read · +100
To beBee in English and 11 more
Facing The Fire: Release The Dragon

Facing The Fire: Release The Dragon

 "Experience is the teacher; Our response is the gateway to evolution. It is all a matter of choice."We all have them. Those dark fragmented selves that continually rear their ugly heads to seek notice. We often see them reflected in the faces of...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

Glad you're feeling better;-)

26/10/2017
Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

Just finally recovered from a bug that's going around. My dentist informed me yesterday she has patients canceling appointments because of it. It starts with a horrific cough and takes forever to clear up.

25/10/2017
Sara Jacobovici
28/6/2016 · 4 min read · ~100 · 7
Gary Sharpe
15/4/2016 · 4 min read · +300
To Healthcare and 12 more
My Experience with Counselling and Parkinson's Disease

My Experience with Counselling and Parkinson's Disease

Why Cry?For me, it began when my own mind was changed and with it the opening up of my ability to be emotive. My Mind Change is quite literal. New pathways, new mental capacities, new thought horizons. Not just thinking different thoughts, but...

Deb 🐝 Helfrich

Deb 🐝 Helfrich

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD We actually have some research supporting a circadian aspect to PD. Haven't quite nailed the treatment protocol. But it is certain that sleep cycles really do make a Seattle / England partnership way more challenging than one that isn't 8 hours out of phase.

1/7/2016
Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Oopsies. I forgot to mention how important the day/night cycle is for mental health and the treatment of depression or sadness. "Lights on" & stay awake during the day. "Lights off" and sleep at night, no TV, and don't fall asleep at your laptop (of course I've never done that lol). Wait....I have to see what this ridge is that's on my forehead...oh. Oh! My head fell asleep on the laptop... (but I didn't just actually say that). Now I have 'keyboard' imprints....oh well. It makes me smile just at this moment. So it's all ok... and Oh! Without the circadian day/night cycle, a patient will get sad, depressed (Seasonal Affective Anxiety Disorder, SAAD), or get ICU psychosis complete with hallucinations. The Solution? Light by day, dark at night. Sit/lay by a window. That's it!

1/7/2016

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